"Kobe Bryant's unfortunate passing has everyone a little shaken, many people have taken to social media-along with other platforms-to mourn. I have put together a story honoring his legacies and remembering his past. "
--Lola Christ, 6th grade
"This article has all of the OSA events coming up in February, so you don’t need to stress about forgetting one of the many exciting OSA opportunities!"--Carly thacker, 6th grade
"This year for the Superbowl J. Lo and Shakira performed together for the Superbowl halftime performance ."
"Valentine's Day is when we show affection for those we care about. Many people display it through cards and gifts, and if it’s homemade, it can be even more special."--Holly young, 6th grade
The 49ers are playing in the super-bowl for the first time since 1995. what are osa students stance and plans on it, and how is it going to affect the bay area?
“When you hear the word “SUPER BOWL,” what first comes to mind? Delicious snacks, fun with friends, touchdowns, or maybe all of the above? I interviewed three OSA students to see what their plans were for the SUPER BOWL.”
"The Oscars are a--I’ll just let my sister, Charlie Stuip, Film student at UCLA, explain it. “The Oscars are an outdated tradition that give overvalued awards to usually conventional big-budget movies. At this point, it’s more of an excuse to throw a viewing party and make deviled eggs than it is a prestigious award ceremony.” That pretty much sums it up…" --Piper Stuip, 6th grade
Every year on February 2nd, thousands of people gather together in Gobbler’s Knob in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to see the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, emerge from his burrow to predict the weather. But how accurate is this strange tradition?
With President’s Day around the corner, it’s hard to ignore the political elephant in the room, or rather, in Washington D.C.—that is Donald J. Trump’s impeachment trial. -- Declan Mcmahon, 7th grade
"Fighting for equal housing also means fighting for students’ mental health and the resources to help them with it. Some might believe that a student’s home situation doesn’t correlate with education or learning, but for students who have to sit in classrooms for 8 hours or sometimes more, their situations at home might impact them more than ever." -- Judith Hernandez, 10th grade